Electrician in Delhi, faridabad, Gurgaon, Ghaziabad : are you looking for an electrician in India? We can provide you with a free quote done by professional and qualified electrician.
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Our construction company in India provide here after some explanation about electrician:
An electrician is a tradesman specializing in electrical wiring of buildings and related equipment.
Electricians may be employed in the installation of new electrical components or the maintenance and repair of existing electrical infrastructure.
“Electrician” and “electrical contractor” are related, though sometimes confused, terms. An electrician is an individual trades person; an electrical contractor is a business person or firm that employs electricians to help design, install, and maintain electrical systems.
Electrical contracting is divided into four areas: commercial, residential, light industrial, and industrial wiring. Service electricians have considerable skills troubleshooting wiring problems, wiring, and making repairs.
Training and regulation of trade
An electrician hooking up a generator to a home’s electrical panel.
In most countries, the job of an electrician is a regulated trade for safety reasons due to the many hazards of working with electricity, requiring testing, registration, or licensing. Licensing of electricians is controlled through government and/or professional societies.
Before electricians are allowed to work without supervision, they are usually required to serve an apprenticeship lasting from 3 to 5 years under the general supervision of a Master Electrician and usually the direct supervision of a Journeyman Electrician. Schooling in electrical theory and electrical building codes is usually required to complete the apprenticeship program. Many apprenticeship programs provide a salary to the apprentice during training. A Journeyman electrician is a well rounded craftsman trained in all phases of electrical construction installation in various building styles and maintenance of equipment after installation. A Journeyman is usually permitted to perform all types of electrical work except design of electrical systems.


Tile in Delhi, Noida, Gurgaon, Ghaziabad: are you looking of tile or tiling in India? Do you forecast to redo your bathroom tiles or tile in your kitchen? Our tile company can propose you a free quote done by qualified workers.
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  • a competitive price,
  • deadlines respected,
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A tile is a manufactured piece of hard-wearing material such as ceramic, stone, metal, or even glass.
Tiles are generally used for covering roofs, floors, and walls, showers, or other objects such as tabletops. Another category are the ceiling tiles, made from lightweight materials such as per-lite, wood, and mineral wool. The word is derived from the India word tile, which is, in turn, from the Indian word Mixture tile, meaning a roof tile composed of baked clay. Less precisely, the modern term can refer to any sort of construction tile or similar object, such as rectangular counters used in playing games (see tile-based game).
Tiling are often used to form wall and floor tiles coverings, and can range from simple square tiles to complex mosaics. Tiles are most often made from ceramic, with a hard glaze finish, but other materials are also commonly used, such as glass, marble, granite, washroom tile slate, and reformed ceramic slurry, which is cast in a mould and fired.In the past twenty years, the technology surrounding porcelain tile and glass tiles has become more efficient, allowing more mass production. Similarly, the invention of automated tiling lines that use diamonds to cut and finish stone slabs into tiles has made stone tiles more available. This has allowed these tiles to move from being niche items into broader markets.
These are commonly made of ceramic or stone, although recent technological advances have resulted in glass tiles for floors tiles as well. Ceramic tiles may be painted and glazed. Small mosaic tiles may be laid in various patterns. Floor tiles are typically set into mortar consisting of sand, cement and often a latex additive for extra adhesion. The spaces between the tiles are nowadays filled with sanded or unsanded floor grout, but traditionally mortar was used.
Natural stone tiles can be beautiful but as a natural product they are less uniform in color and pattern, and require more planning for use and installation. Mass produced stone tiles are uniform in width and length. Granite or marble tiles are sawn on both sides and then polished or finished on the facing up side, so that they have a uniform thickness. Other natural stone tiles such as slate are typically “riven” (split) on the facing up side so that the thickness of the tile varies slightly from one spot on the tile to another and from one tile to another. Variations in tile thickness can be handled by adjusting the amount of mortar under each part of the tile, by using wide grout lines that “ramp” between different thicknesses, or by using a cold chisel to knock off high spots.
Some stone tiles such as polished granite and marble are very slippery when wet. Stone tiles with a riven (split) surface such as slate or with a sawn and then sandblasted or honed surface will be more slip resistant. Ceramic tile for use in wet areas can be made more slip resistant either by using very small tiles so that the grout lines acts as grooves or by imprinting a contour pattern onto the face of the tile.
The hardness of natural stone tiles varies such that some of the softer stone (e.g. limestone) tiles are not suitable for very heavy traffic floor areas. On the other hand, ceramic tiles typically have a glazed upper surface and when that become scratched or pitted the floor looks worn, whereas the same amount of wear on natural stone tiles won’t show, or will be less noticeable.
Natural stone tiles can be stained by spilled liquids; they must be sealed and periodically resealed with a sealant in contrast to ceramic tiles which only need their grout lines sealed. However, because of the complex, non repeating patterns in natural stone, small amounts of dirt on many natural stone floor tiles do not show.
Most vendors of stone tiles emphasize that there will be variation in color and pattern from one batch of tiles to another of the same description and variation within the same batch.
Stone floor tiles tend to be heavier than ceramic tiles and somewhat more prone to breakage during shipment.

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